Raymond Morgan Obituary, Cause Of Death – It is believed that speed was a contributing factor in the accident that took place on Tuesday in Stafford County, Virginia, and resulted in the deaths of a man and his son, who was an adult at the time of their deaths. According to a press release issued by the Stafford County Sheriff’s Office, the deceased man’s son and daughter were riding as passengers in a 1979 Ford Mustang while their father.
Raymond Morgan Jr., was the driver of the vehicle. Morgan, 42, was reportedly speeding on Belle Plains Road in his Mustang around seven o’clock in the evening when, according to the authorities, he apparently lost control of the vehicle and swerved into oncoming traffic on White Oak Road. The accident occurred after he swerved into oncoming traffic on White Oak Road.
The driver of the Ram was reportedly taken to the hospital with injuries that were not deemed to be in a life-threatening condition after the accident, as stated by the authorities. There was no one else in the Ram when the collision occurred because it was only occupied by the driver.
A collision between a classic Mustang and a Dodge Ram pickup truck from 2005 caused damage to the Dodge truck. According to the information provided by the sheriff’s office, neither the father nor the son who were traveling in the Mustang at the time of the accident were wearing seatbelts.
Raymond Morgan III, who was just 19 years old at the time of the incident, was a passenger in the vehicle and was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident. His father, who had been driving them, passed away shortly after they arrived at Mary Washington Hospital, where he had been taken after being found unconscious.